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Old 04-21-2015, 06:26 PM   #1
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Lining inside cabinets

We have a new 36fbts pinnacle on order and would like to know what is the best thing to use to cover the inside of the cabinets so glasses and dishes do not slide around when traveling ? Also does anyone have this unit and how do you like it ?This is our first pinnacle.
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Old 04-21-2015, 06:43 PM   #2
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Duck Select Easy Liner, (Wal-Mart). Wife got it but doesn't like it.
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Old 04-21-2015, 07:01 PM   #3
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Most stores sell a cabinet liner that is no-skid, kinda rubber feeling. We had it in our other unit for ten years and it worked great, never any issues. I think we bought ours at CW.


We also have a 36FBTS on order, should be picking it up in a week or so. Best of luck with yours.
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I had to chuckle, another couple at our storage yard just got a new 5th, but she wouldn't let him take it out until he lined EVERY cabinet/shelf/crevice with carpet. So off he went to CarpetMart to purchase remnants ~ took him a WHOLE weekend but he said the goodness is NOTHING slips on them! That said, that's not for us, too much lint; plain old shelf-liner from Bed, Bath, and Beyond works just fine.
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I buy "scootgard" at an rv dealer and staple the corners down to prevent the material from moving or bunching up- It has satisfied the wife so it's all good- JMHO- DD
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I had to chuckle, another couple at our storage yard just got a new 5th, but she wouldn't let him take it out until he lined EVERY cabinet/shelf/crevice with carpet. So off he went to CarpetMart to purchase remnants ~ took him a WHOLE weekend but he said the goodness is NOTHING slips on them! That said, that's not for us, too much lint; plain old shelf-liner from Bed, Bath, and Beyond works just fine.
LOL, contact cement would hold everything in place too.
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That's the FIRST thing my wife did the day we took delivery! Line the cabinets. She bought liner from BB&B
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